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Breakfast with 97 bike riders at THINK CAFE #kuwait #q8 #cafethink

KUWAIT UPTO DATE was  invited to have breakfast with Harley Davidson Kuwait Groups (Phoenician Riders, Kuwait riders and Pharaoh Riders) at the launch of Daily Breakfast Service by THINK CAFE. It was really nice to meet 97 riders with their wawwwww bikes.

Thanks THINK CAFE.

Photographer : Usman Choudhry

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Photographer : Usman Choudhry

Kuwait is the 17th most positive country in the world. #kuwait #q8

Gallup (Gallup News reports empirical evidence about the world’s 7 billion citizens based on Gallup’s continuous polling in 160 countries.) has measured the world most positive and negative behaviour countries out of 148 countries by asking 5 questions.

Survey Methods

Results are based on telephone and face-to-face interviews with 1,000 adults, aged 15 and older, conducted in 2011 in 148 countries and areas. For results based on the total sample of national adults, one can say with 95% confidence that the maximum margin of sampling error ranged from ±3.4 percentage points to ±3.9 percentage points. The margin of error reflects the influence of data weighting. In addition to sampling error, question wording and practical difficulties in conducting surveys can introduce error or bias into the findings of public opinion polls

Gallup measured positive emotions in 148 countries and areas in 2011 using five questions. These questions ask people whether they experienced a lot of enjoyment the day before the survey and whether they felt respected, well-rested, laughed and smiled a lot, and did or learned something interesting.

The average percentage of respondents worldwide who said “yes” to these five questions reflects a relatively upbeat world. Gallup found that 85% of adults worldwide felt treated with respect all day, 72% smiled and laughed a lot, 73% felt enjoyment a lot of the day, and 72% felt well-rested. The only emotion that less than half of people worldwide reported experiencing was getting to learn or do something interesting the previous day, at 43%. Despite many global challenges, people worldwide are experiencing many positive emotions.

Source : http://www.gallup.com/corporate/115/about-gallup.aspx?ref=f